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Lillian Goadby


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Lillian Goadby : [explanation of Jabberwock etymology] from Through the Looking-Glass and What Alice Found There

'The following programme of readings from Lewis Carroll's works as arranged by the committee of arrangements was then started [?] upon. The Mad Tea Party by Mr A.L. Goadby The Hunting of the Snark " Mrs Cass The Mock Turtle's Story " Mr Stansfield The Jabberwock " Mrs Edminson The Explanation of the Jabberwock Etmyology " Mrs Goadby 41: from Sylvie and Bruno " Mrs [Miss?] Neild A poem " A Rawlings'.

Century: 1850-1899     Reader/Listener/Group: Lilian Goadby      Print: Book


Lillian Goadby : [paper on Burns's life]

'Three papers were devoted to aspects of Burns & his works. Mrs Goadby read a biographical sketch. Mrs Smith read a paper prepared conjointly with Mrs [?] on Burns as songwriter & Fred Edminson one devoted to Burns's personality. [various songs were performed] Mrs Stansfield read To a Mouse & To a Mountain Daisy Mrs Rawlings the Cotter's Saturday Night.'

Century: 1900-1945     Reader/Listener/Group: Lilian Goadby      Manuscript: Unknown


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